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The Canton Tomato Sandwich Festival is a "celebration of community gardens" and showcased tomato growers from all around the city. Whether it was their incredible size, shape or taste, festival-goers saw all different types of unique tomatoes. 

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The judges for the tomato contest were candidates running for City Council Brooke Schmidt and Shawn Tolan as well as Bill Grant who is running for mayor.

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Homemade bread was judged by the same judges and the winner was Dean Christians. 

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Tomato winners were announced as:

Best Red- The Phillips Family

Best Non-red- Al Evans and Mike Eastman

Best Small- Kim Morris

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Canton celebrated the 11th year of the Tomato Sandwich Festival with the judging of home grown tomatoes, homemade bread and free tomato sandwiches for all in attendance showcasing Canton grown tomatoes. 

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Tomato sandwiches were made and handed out to lines of people patiently waiting for try Canton grown tomatoes. The sandwiches were made with white bread, mayo, salt/pepper and a locally grown tomato slice. 

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Tomato sandwiches were made and handed out to lines of people patiently waiting to try Canton grown tomatoes. The sandwiches were made with white bread, mayo, salt/pepper and a locally grown tomato slice. 

Born and raised in the Canton/ Woodstock area, a graduate of Reinhardt University and a lover of life.

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